This week-end we took a walk on the highest point of the Wallis island : Lulu’s Mount. This mountain culminates at 145 meters.
Thanks to high humidity, forests are very abundant. We decided to take small roads (only possible in 4X4) in order to realize this.
This Sunday we celebrated the 100th anniversary of the armistice of the First World War 14-18.
What was very strong was the arrival of a boat of German tourists during the ceremony. I had the pleasure of speaking German.
When I arrived in Wallis 11 months ago, I was offered a necklace of flowers to welcome me.
Last week I received my 2nd necklace for attending a meeting as part of my volunteer activities. I really like this tradition. I find it very spiritual.
During a walk in Vaitupu, I discovered this monument honouring the status of Wallis Island.
What is written on it?
“La République garantit aux populations du Territoire de Wallis-et-Futuna l’exercice de leur religion, le respect de leurs croyances et de leurs coutumes tant qu’elles ne sont pas contraires aux principes généraux du droit et aux dispositions de la loi”